Dir. Martin Ritt. 1967, 111 mins.
With Fredric March, Richard Boone. Newman plays an Apache-raised white man in this thoughtful, beautifully photographed (James Wong Howe) revisionist western, which is based on a novel by Elmore Leonard. One of Newman’s finest but lesser known films from the 1960s, it is also his sixth and final film directed by Martin Ritt.
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Other DatesJuly 30